Views of Garda, Mount Baldo why visit it
Mount Baldo is a mountain massif with a maximum height of 2218 meters between the provinces of Trento and Verona; Its extension is divided between the territories of the municipalities of San Zeno di Montagna, Ala, Avio, Caprino Veronese, Ferrara di Monte Baldo, Brentonico, Nago–Torbole, Brenzone and Malcesine.
Mount Baldo rises between the Adige river and Lake Garda in a strategic position that has made it at the same time, custodian of geological and prehistoric finds of rare interest, witness to the great events that have marked history and an intact naturalistic oasis making the panorama suggestive and satisfying for the senses.
The climatic influence of the lake on the altitude allows the coexistence of many different natural environments, from the Mediterranean scrub to the pastures and rocks of the highest peaks, for this particularity this location has earned the name of “Garden of Europe”, a true link of the Alps with the Mediterranean.
It is therefore the ideal place for the observation and study of many wildlife and botanical species that elsewhere are now rare to find themselves, but at the same time lends itself to hosting hikers and enthusiasts capable of loving and respecting the enchantment of this environment. The particular geographical position allows you to enjoy an extraordinary panorama, suspended between land and sky, from a natural terrace, easily accessible by cable car.